Like many other programming languages, Python has built-in data types that the programmer uses to create a program. These data types are the building blocks of the program. Depending on the language, different data types are available. Some languages, notably C and C++, have very primitive types; a lot of programming time is spent simply combining these primitive types into useful data structures.
Python does away with a lot of this tedious work. It already implements a wide range of types and structures, leaving the developer more time to actually create the program. Having to constantly recreate the same data structures for every program is not something to look forward to.
Python has the following built-in types:
In addition, functions, modules, classes, and implementation-related types are...